Case Study
Development of Sustainable
Energy System for Transport
Sector

      Vision
      Indicators
      Mechanisms
Why important

n   The transport sector has met a substantial
    growth in greenhouse emissions
n   The largest share of ...
Vision

n   Clean Fuels & Vehicles
Vehicle fleets in many cities around the
  world are converting to compressed
  natural...
Vision

n Integrated Urban Road Pricing:
Road pricing scheme with tolls for
  transport entering the city center. This
  w...
Vision
n  Bus Rapid Transit Systems:
A new paradigm in urban mass
   transit will be developed. BRT
   systems get buses o...
Vision
n  Intelligent Transport
   Systems (ITS):
ITS encompass a broad range
   of communications based
   on information...
Vision
n Pedestrian & bicycle
  facilities:
Ukrainian cities will change
  their vision of future
  development toward a
 ...
Vision
n Long-term government planning
Ukrainian transport system will be common
  for all big and small cities and even
 ...
Sustainable Transportation
   Impacts
Economic             Social          Environmental
Traffic congestion   Social equit...
Quantitive and qualitative data

Quantitive                 Qualitative
Vehicle and person trips   Survey data
Vehicle and...
Economical indicators for
Sustainable Transport sector
Social indicators for
Sustainable Transport sector
Environmental indicators for
Sustainable Transport sector
Indicators

Indicators are things we measure to
  evaluate progress toward goals and
  objectives. Such indicators have ma...
Indicators

For comprehensive and sustainable
  transportation planning it is usually the best
  to choose a balanced set ...
Mechanisms

n   Government and municipal programs for
    attraction of investments into development
    of clean fuels an...
Mechanisms
n   Development of government program
    for SD of transport sector for 50 years
    in cooperation with R&D i...
Conclusion

Changing the transport sector of
  ukrainian energy system to a
  sustainable one is not an easy task.
  This ...
Conclusion

To accomplish our vision of transport
  system of Ukraine in a long term we
  should implement deep changes no...
22.02, Group 4 — Concept of sustainable development in built environment
22.02, Group 4 — Concept of sustainable development in built environment
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22.02, Group 4 — Concept of sustainable development in built environment

  1. 1. Case Study Development of Sustainable Energy System for Transport Sector Vision Indicators Mechanisms
  2. 2. Why important n The transport sector has met a substantial growth in greenhouse emissions n The largest share of the increase in oil use coming from the transport sector
  3. 3. Vision n Clean Fuels & Vehicles Vehicle fleets in many cities around the world are converting to compressed natural gas (CNG). This substantially reduces air pollution. Ethanol is also being blended with gasoline to reduce pollution and dependence on oil. On the vehicle side, governments are adopting more rigorous vehicle standards. Cities are also phasing out 2-stroke engines, which are highly polluting.
  4. 4. Vision n Integrated Urban Road Pricing: Road pricing scheme with tolls for transport entering the city center. This will be fully automated and the tolls will vary with time of day and day of week, to reflect congestion.
  5. 5. Vision n Bus Rapid Transit Systems: A new paradigm in urban mass transit will be developed. BRT systems get buses out of traffic, increase their average speed, improve their reliability and convenience, increase system capacities, thus increasing the profitability of systems. They are much less expensive and represent a significantly more efficient use of capital than construction of railbased metros and, can be implemented in a fraction of the time.
  6. 6. Vision n Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS): ITS encompass a broad range of communications based on information, control and electronics technologies to help to monitor and enhance system wide performance, reduce congestion, provide alternate routes to travelers and enhance productivity.
  7. 7. Vision n Pedestrian & bicycle facilities: Ukrainian cities will change their vision of future development toward a more people centered approach, they will have more pedestrian & bicycle related infrastructure as a means of encouraging a safer and healthier environment.
  8. 8. Vision n Long-term government planning Ukrainian transport system will be common for all big and small cities and even villages, planned according to a unified government program.
  9. 9. Sustainable Transportation Impacts Economic Social Environmental Traffic congestion Social equity Air and water Mobility Barriers Impacts on pollution Accident damages mobility Climate change Facility costs disadvantages Noise impacts Consumer costs Human health Habitat loss impact Hydrologic Community impacts cohesion Community livability
  10. 10. Quantitive and qualitative data Quantitive Qualitative Vehicle and person trips Survey data Vehicle and person miles User preferences of travel Convenience and Traffic crashes and comfort fatalities Community livability Revenues and costs Property values
  11. 11. Economical indicators for Sustainable Transport sector
  12. 12. Social indicators for Sustainable Transport sector
  13. 13. Environmental indicators for Sustainable Transport sector
  14. 14. Indicators Indicators are things we measure to evaluate progress toward goals and objectives. Such indicators have many uses: they can help to identify trends, predict problems, assess options, set performance targets, and evaluate a particular jurisdiction or organization.
  15. 15. Indicators For comprehensive and sustainable transportation planning it is usually the best to choose a balanced set of indicators reflecting a combination of economic, social and environmental objectives. An indicator set that focuses too much on one type of impact or overlooks others can result in decisions that are not overall optimal.
  16. 16. Mechanisms n Government and municipal programs for attraction of investments into development of clean fuels and vehicles; n Imposing high taxes on using traditional transport and preferences for using new types of transport (in a long-term perspective); n Popularization of virtual offices, internet commerce and remote learning
  17. 17. Mechanisms n Development of government program for SD of transport sector for 50 years in cooperation with R&D institutes, universities, industry, municipal and NGO organizations; n Introduction of SD into educational programs; n Arrangement of public discussions in mass media with government authorities, industry and business representatives, green peace, etc to promote SD as a modern and popular style of life
  18. 18. Conclusion Changing the transport sector of ukrainian energy system to a sustainable one is not an easy task. This challenge requires introduction of different mechanisms. And it is not only technical or technological objective.
  19. 19. Conclusion To accomplish our vision of transport system of Ukraine in a long term we should implement deep changes not only on national or industrial level, but we should also think about how to involve each citizen of Ukraine in this process using also educational, informational, legal and economical mechanisms.

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